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Deploying a Wi-Fi Hotspot using CoovaChilli and Hostapd in Ubuntu

Deploying a Wi-Fi Hotspot using CoovaChilli and Hostapd in Ubuntu

Welcome! This is gonna be yet another post on setting up Wi-Fi Hotspot using CoovaChilli. I’m again¬†writing in this topic because it has been the most searched for and viewed post in¬†my whole blog. I’ve also received some private requests from people across the world regarding this subject. So, I’m going to dedicate this post on setting up a basic hotspot solution in a Ubuntu machine using Coova and Hostapd. Project Overview The host system being used here is Ubuntu…

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Docker: How To Get Started With Containers in Ubuntu

Docker: How To Get Started With Containers in Ubuntu

Are you a Software developer, or a DevOps engineer, or an IT student, or simply a tech-enthusiast? If yes, my guess is that you already know what containers are and how the Docker project is making it better. Unlike virtual machines, which run on their own kernel modules regardless of their hypervisor‘s kernel; containers utilize the single common kernel to run the multiple instances of operating systems. And the upside to using containers are definitely low memory and CPU consumption,…

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CubLinux – Yet Another Linux Distribution

CubLinux – Yet Another Linux Distribution

Welcome to my yet another post! If you’re a fan of Linux, then this article is definitely for you. Here, I’m going to write a little review of a new Linux distro that I’ve been using lately. I don’t know about you, but I hadn’t heard about a Linux distro called CubLinux before. It seems CubLinux, as suggested by the name itself (Chrome + Ubuntu + Linux), is a combination of Chrome OS and Ubuntu. That means, it brings the…

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Running vSRX Within GNS3 In Ubuntu

Running vSRX Within GNS3 In Ubuntu

Hello and welcome back! In this blog, I’m going to cover a little different topic than my previous ones. This time, it’s about setting up Juniper‘s vSRX within GNS3 in Ubuntu. To briefly introduce the involved subjects; vSRX is the virtual firewall appliance made by Juniper Networks, GNS3 is the best open-source network simulation software and Ubuntu is one of the most widely used Linux based operating systems. Installing GNS3 Installing GNS3 in Ubuntu is quite simple and easy. In…

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